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Review - Mentholatum Mogitate Kajitsu

Mentholatum Mogitate Kajitsu with Real, Natural Fruit Juice & Honey
#1 Bestselling Lipbalm Brand in Japan

I have always loved Mentholatum's lip balms! They come in a variety of flavours to cater to everyone's needs. This time round, they launched Mogitate Kajitsu lip balm series in Singapore.

“Mojitate” means “Fresh” and “Kajitsu” means “Fruits” in Japanese. This “Juicy” lip balm is bursting with natural fruity goodness and honey. It comes in five different fruit mixes for you to take your pick: Strawberry, Grape & Berry, Orange & Mango, White Peach and Lemon & Lime.
*Love the colourful fruity packaging :)Mogitate Kajitsu is made with Fresh Fruit Juice which contains essential minerals and vitamins that are beneficial to the lips and body. It also contains honey, which heals and renews the lips. With Mentholatum Mogitate Kajitsu lip balms, now you can get Real, Natural Fruity Goodness to nourish your lips and make it soft, supple and oh-­‐so-­‐kissable!
*List of ingredientsIt also contains other moisturizing boosters such as Squalane, Grape Seed Oil, Vitamins A and E. Squalane is easily absorbed and is similar to the natural oil on our skin. It is extracted from plants and is a highly prized Japanese supplement. Squalane helps to reduce the wrinkles caused by ageing and sun damage. Grape Seed Oil helps to repair skin. Vitamin A & E are antioxidants that retard lip ageing and give lips a healthy shine.

For me, I've gotten the strawberry flavour:
It smells fruity and sweet, reminds me of strawberry gummies! :p The smell isn't that overpowering so most girls would love this! Haha.
Plus, it's smooth to apply and I feel that it's moisturising; I've tried other brands before which tends to dry up my lips but this doesn't! :)
I'm going to try out the other flavours once I finish this :DD

You can get these Mentholatum Mojitate Kajitsu lip balms at $5.90 each exclusively at all Watsons stores! :)

If you would like to try it first, you can redeem your FREE Lip balm sample here: or ^^Link


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